For the first time in the 37-year history of the AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting, AKBC will be hosting a Future Leaders Roundtable on Monday 13 November in Brisbane. The AKBC has established this program to support the development of the next-generation of leaders interested in the Australia-Korea relationship.
The Future Leaders Program provides an exceptional opportunity for young professionals to participate in the Joint Meeting and associated functions, as well as specific sessions for young leaders. The events specific to the future leaders include a future leaders breakfast, roundtable and debrief session and are designed to enable the ‘leaders of tomorrow’ to discuss the status of the Korea-Australia bilateral relationship, and workshop ideas and suggestions to advance the relationship.
The objectives of the program are to help participants:
One delegate of the AKBC-KABC Future Leaders Program will be invited to provide a five-minute report in the main forum at the Joint Meeting on Tuesday 14 November at approximately 4.00pm.
Future Leaders Breakfast
Future Leaders Roundtable
9.30AM – 11.30AM
Location: PWC Brisbane
Future Leaders are also eligible to attend all activities in the main program.
Future Leaders are eligible to participate in all activities in the main program. One Future Leader’s participant will be provided with an opportunity to deliver a five-minute speech outlining the key outcomes from the Future Leaders Roundtable at the main plenary session.
Future Leaders will also be required to attend the Future Leaders debrief session (details and location TBC)
Please note that a maximum of 10 participants will be selected to participate in the 2017 Future Leaders Program.
If you would like to apply to participate in the 38th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting as a Future Leader, please complete the online application process and email your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are now open and will close on Friday the 13th of October midnight AEST.
The AKBC Joint Meeting organising committee will assess the applications and the outcome will be announced by 20th October 2017. AKBC will seek to select a diverse range of applicants who understand the importance of the Australia-Korea bilateral relationship and have a strong desire to further the relationship.
The cost to participate in the program is $1,000pp + GST. This includes the welcome dinner, breakfast, Joint Meeting and cocktail reception but excludes the golf. AKBC will not cover the cost of flights or accommodation for the duration of the program.
All applications must agree to the following
Consent to publication of image and biographical information
You may be photographed or filmed across the duration of the program and your image may be used on promotional material for the AKBC and related activities.
Delegates agree to have the biographical information and photograph that they provide published in AKBC materials (online and in print).
Chatham House rules
All AKBC Young Leaders sessions are held under the Chatham House rules, meaning that information and views expressed in the room may be reported but may not to be implicitly or explicitly attributed to individuals.
Evaluation of the program
By accepting a Future Leaders delegate position at AKBC Joint Meeting, you agree to providing feedback about the program to help facilitate continuous improvement for future years.